Report from surveys at Seiland, Slettnes and along Vargsund in 2018 as part of the research project "Stone Age Demographics"
In the summer of 2018 the research project “Stone Age Demographics” conducted surveys on the island of Seiland, on the Slettnes promontory and in Vargsundet in western Finnmark on two separate occasion. Previously known sites were re-visited for the purpose of new georeferenced documentation and description of site topography, and new sites were searched for. This report presents the areas and sites that were surveyed and provides an overview of the structures at each site.
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